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Open data will never solve poverty. But it can definitely help people who are working to reduce it.
— PHLCommerce (@PHLCommerce) October 12, 2016
In the past, the Call for Ideas program has issued small grants to organizations like Coded by Kids and TechGirlz.
Applications for the program are due by Sunday, Nov. 13. Got questions about Call for Ideas? Hit up Archna Sahay, the city’s director of entrepreneurial investment.
Above all, it’s important to keep this in mind:
— Amy Laura Cahn (@amylauracahn) May 5, 2016
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